All Pisces Born makes it #9
Andre "PNut" Brown shares a photo op with some of the evening's brand ambassadors from the Social Butterfliez Entertainment team on bottle service duties. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

Scores of patrons, adhering to the elegant dress code, turned out for the annual All Pisces Born party at the Brewery Sunset Event Place on Jimmy Cliff Boulevard, more popularly referred to as the Hip Strip, in Montego Bay last Saturday.

The Ciroc-sponsored event featured an entertainment line-up of well-respected Montego Bay-based DJs, including Mixx Doctor, Crazy Chris of CC Entertainment, Trophy Sniper, and Niney Badness from Mandeville. The DJs kept the crowd in good spirits while the bottle service ambassadors were kept busy.

The event, formerly known as All March Born, celebrated its 9th staging after having its genesis as a birthday celebration for Andre Dyer, proprietor of The Rehab 420 Lounge and The Brewery Sunset Event Place.

"The first staging was at the Rehab 420 Lounge and I can safely say dreams do become a reality with dedication, the help of great friends and solid partners. When we started we didn't envision it would grow into the event it is now. Patrons kept expressing positive feedback and then we realised we could build it into one of the most anticipated events of the year. I can say without doubt that All Pisces Born was the top event in MoBay for the weekend. I have to say thanks to Philip Gray, David Cadogan, O'Neil Williams, and others for always sticking with me and providing support," Dyer stated.

"Due to the growth of the party, we had to make significant improvements to the venue so we could transform the space. Our vibe is an ultra-premium atmosphere, with private cabanas, premium bars, bottle service, and an all-around feel-good experience. We also strive to deliver on the décor, lighting and other production elements. Next year will be the 10th anniversary and it's going to be a big deal. We are going to give it everything we've got to make it the best one ever," Dyer added.

Promoter Andre Dyer soaking up the vibe. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
From left: Ernie Muir, trade marketing junior development manager, Red Stripe; Kirkland Holmes; Anjelica Holmes, trade marketing manager, Red Stripe; Nathan Nelms, brand manager, Red Stripe, and Dragon; and Alisha Distant, contract manager, commerce & business services, Red Stripe made it a night out to celebrate. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
From left: Tomy-Ann Bent, Chavel McLeish, and Bettiann Lawrence came out to support All Pisces Born. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Zelecia Smith (left) and Conila Dyer were on the receiving end of some admiring glances. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

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